The Eastern National sales outlet at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP has been referred to as one of the finest conservation bookstores in the country. Books and items include:
The wooden bowls and pens are hand crafted by local artisans using wood (beech, maple, butternut, among others) sustainably harvested from the park's forest. These products demonstrate craftsmanship and an association with stewardship, sustainable practices, and community traditions.
Did You Know?
Frederick Law Olmsted Sr. wrote to George Perkins Marsh in 1857, asking his advice on promoting "free soil" settlement in Texas to challenge the westward expansion of slavery. Strongly anti-slavery, both men would also champion land stewardship and public access to places like Yosemite Valley.